Nirban movie review: Despite a powerhouse act by Rakhee, Gautam Halder's promising film comes up short
Had the script been tighter, Gautam Halder’s Nirban could have found some semblance of cinematic salvation. What it ends up being, instead, is one big bore.
Buro Sadhu movie review: Debutant director Vik proves he's a fine craftsman with this richly detailed triumph
Ritwick Chakraborty in Buro Sadhu is brilliant as the young man who is disillusioned, callous, frightened and in the throes of alcoholism-induced hallucinations in various stages of his life.
Kedara movie review: Kaushik Ganguly is superlative in Indraadip Dasgupta’s perfectly executed debut film
In his debut feature film Kedara (The Armchair), Indraadip Dasgupta has shown exceptional potential in dealing with a sensitive subject and creating a heart-warming film out of it.
Mitin Mashi movie review: A flawed detective caper that's saved by strong performances and laudable idea
In the film, Mitin Mashi, or Pragyaparamita Mukherjee, is a private detective with her own Kolkata Police approved agency
Parcel movie review: Indrasis Acharya's tale exposes the rot that lies just below a picturesque facade
Despite being a ‘thriller’, Parcel is a slow burn of a film, like its predecessor Pupa
Gumnaami movie review: An admirable second half can't right the information overload of a monotonous beginning
As claimed by the makers, Gumnaami does present and examine a number of theories surrounding Netaji’s death — or, shall we say, his disappearance
Unfortunately, for most of its two-hour duration, Bibaho Obhijaan is simply not funny enough.
The core flaw in Konttho is that it is a very poorly written film
If Fidaa was watchable, for nothing else but the fact that it was unintentionally funny, Ke Tumi Nandini is just not worth your time
Bhobishyoter Bhoot movie review: A brave socio-political satire with hits and misses in equal measure
Bhobishyoter Bhoot has some brilliant technical wizardry in departments such as editing (an absolute marvel), cinematography, and sound design
With Vinci Da, Srijit Mukherji seems to have consciously cut down the cinematic flab that had begun to creep into his films
Flat No. 609 movie review: Arindam Bhattacharya's genre-defying attempt is nothing you haven't seen before
Flat No. 609 finally ends up as two decent and yet disparate pieces of cinema – which just don’t seem to come together as a seamless, wholesome work of art.
Director Rema Bose’s new film Bhagshesh (The Remainder) suffers from a familiar ailment — an insufferable lack of vision
Maacher Jhol movie review: With its narrative around food, Abhishek Verma film creates new avenues of communication
Winner of the National Award for 2017 in the Best Animation Film category and an Official Selection at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, 2018, Maacher Jhol is a lovingly brewed short film